Hosni Mubarak's legacy is generally considered to be one of economic growth, inequality in the distribution of income, political repression, and corruption. This description, although accurate, is too simple. Moshe Efrat reviews a number of significant social policy initiatives included in his legacy.
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In the latest "Middle East Crossroads," Dr. Mira Tzoreff analyzes the challenges now facing Egyptian President Abd al-Fatah al Sisi in his first anniversary after taking office. In Hebrew.
Guest scholar Aymenn J. Al-Tamimi explains the origins of the Islamic State's "Sinai Province."
Guest scholar James M. Dorsey, senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, explains the recent soccer violence in Egypt.
In this article from the December 2014 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Dr. Michael Barak analyzes the reaction in Egyptian social media to the acquittal of Hosni Mubarak.
MDC Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt evaluates the way that the trials of Morsi and Mubarak actively contribute to the collective memory of Egyptians of their past regimes.
MDC Researcher Dr. Mira Tzoreff discusses Egypt's policy considerations regarding Hamas.
MDC Junior Researcher Michael Barak discusses the Sufi Al-Azmiyya order, which has been trying to position itself as major political and social force in Egypt.
Junior Researcher Joyce van de Bildt discusses the graffiti movement that has developed in Egypt since the 2011 revolution.
Contesting Identities in South Sinai: Development, Transformation, and the Articulation of a "Bedouin" Identity under Egyptian Rule
The Moshe Dayan Center
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